Malware Is Now Targeting Apple’s New M1 Processor

Apple’s M1 chip is a departure from the Intel x86 architecture Apple has used since 2005, and it gives Apple the opportunity to bake specific Mac security protections and features directly into its processors. That transition has required legitimate developers to work on building versions of their software that run “natively” on M1 for optimal performance rather than needing to be translated through an Apple emulator called Rosetta 2.

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